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Taiwan Restaurant Removes Nazi Pasta from Menu

An Italian restaurant in Taiwan, which named two of its sausage-filled dishes Long Live the Nazis, has apologized after it was bombarded by complaints.

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Giving Food To The Less Fortunate On Purim

The festival of Purim will be observed this week, with a series of main mitzvot (commandments). And in true Jewish fashion, two of those deal with food.

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A Brief History of Hamantaschen

Purim is celebrated this week, which means it’s time for delicious hamantaschen.

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Panel Asks: Can Non-Kosher Food Be Jewish?

Jewish learning organization Limmud NY recently held their annual retreat, full of workshops, classes, and panel discussions.

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Why Can’t I Find Real Kosher Filet Mignon?

Any kosher-observant meat lover has probably searched in vain for filet mignon, the most tender, sought-after, and expensive cut of meat in the whole cow.

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New York Bagels Flown Into San Francisco Draw Huge Crowds

A San Francisco pop-up restaurant serving (sort of) fresh New York bagels last week drew hours-long lines–and ended up turning away many empty handed.

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How to Make Challah, With GIFs!

This is a recipe for challah with step by step instructions using GIFs. Once you make this once, you will never buy store-bought challah again.

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Jewish Food Trend Predictions For 2014

Here are Jspace Food’s predictions for what will be big in the Jewish food world in 2014.

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Serving Up Jewish Food at the Super Bowl

There may not have been any Jews on the field at this past weekend’s Super Bowl XLVIII, but there were plenty in the stands.

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Vatican Kitchen Goes Kosher For Visiting Rabbis

The kitchen of Pope Francis’ Vatican residence was made kosher for a day last week, as the pontiff hosted a delegation of rabbis from his native Argentina.

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